Phrasal verb bibliography

[1] Bas Aarts. Verb-preposition constructions and small clauses in English. Journal of Linguistics, 25:277-90, 1989.
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[2] Bas Aarts. Small Clauses in English: the Non-verbal Types. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, 1989.
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[3] Ken Bame. Aspectual and resultative verb-particle constructions with up. Handout for talk presented at the Ohio State University Linguistics Graduate Student Colloquium, May 1999.
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[4] Henk Barkema. The effect of inherent and contextual features on the grammatical flexibility of idioms. In Synchronic Corpus Linguistics, pages 69-83. Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1996.
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[5] Hans J. Bennis, Marcel den Dikken, Peter Jordens, Susan Powers, and Jurgen Weissenborn. Picking up particles. In Proc. of the 19th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 19), pages 70-82, Somerville, USA, 1995. Cascadilla Press.
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[6] Dwight Bolinger. The Phrasal Verb in English. Harvard University Press, Harvard, USA, 1971.
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[7] Laurel Brinton. Verb particles in English: Aspect or aktionsart. Studia Linguistica, 39:157-68, 1985.
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[8] Claudia Brugman. The story of over. Master's thesis, UCLA, Berkeley, 1981.
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[9] P. Chen. Discourse and particle movement in English. Studies in Language, 10:79-95, 1986.
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[10] Ann Copestake, Fabre Lambeau, Aline Villavicencio, Francis Bond, Timothy Baldwin, Ivan Sag, and Dan Flickinger. Multiword expressions: Linguistic precision and reusability. In Proc. of the 3rd International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2002), pages 1941-7, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, 2002.
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[11] A.P. Cowie, editor. Phraseology : theory, analysis, and applications. OUP, 1998.
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[12] M. Dagut and B. Laufer. Avoidance of phrasal verbs: A case for contrastive analysis. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 7:73-9, 1985.
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[13] Nicole Dehé. On particle verbs in English: More evidence from information structure. In Proc. of the 28th Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL 1999), pages 92-105, 2000.
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[14] Nicole Dehé. Transitive particle verbs in English: The neutral order. evidence from speech production. In Dehé and Wanner [60], pages 165-89.
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[15] Nicole Dehé. Intonation patterns of particle verb constructions in English. In Proc. of the 31st Conference of the North Eastern Linguistics Society (NELS 31), pages 183-97, 2001.
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[16] M. Den Dikken. Particles: On the Syntax of Verb-particle, Triadic, and Causative Constructions. Oxford University Press, 1995.
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[17] René Dirven. The metaphoric in recent cognitive approaches to english phrasal verbs. metaphorik.de, 1:39-54, 2001.
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[18] Robert Dixon. The grammar of English phrasal verbs. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 2:149-247, 1982.
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[19] B. Fraser. The Verb-Particle Combination in English. The Hague: Mouton, 1976.
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[20] Stefan T. Gries. Towards multifactorial analyses of syntactic variation: The case of particle placement. PhD thesis, University of Hamburg, 2000.
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[21] Stefan T. Gries. Particle movement: A cognitive and functional approach. Cognitive Linguistics, 10:105-45, 1999.
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[22] J. Guéron. Clause union and the verb-particle construction in English. In Proc. of the 16th Conference of the North Eastern Linguistics Society (NELS 16), 1986.
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[23] M.A.K. Halliday. Notes on transitivity and theme in English 2. Journal of Linguistics, 3:177-274, 1967.
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[24] J.A. Hawkins. A Performance Theory of Order and Constituency. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1994.
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[25] T. Hoekstra and R. Mulder. Unergatives as copular verbs: Locational and existential predication. Linguistic Review, 7:1-79, 1990.
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[26] J.H. Hulstijn and E. Marchena. Avoidance: Grammatical or semantic causes? Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 11:241-55, 1989.
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[27] K. Ishikawa. A local relation between particles and verbal prefixes in English. English Linguistics, 17:249-75, 2000.
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[28] Ray Jackendoff. Twistin' the night away. Language, 73:534-59, 1997.
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[29] K. Johnson. Object positions. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 9:577-636, 1991.
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[30] H. Kaluza. English verbs with prepositions and particles. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching (IRAL), 12:109-13, 1984.
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[31] Shin ichiro Kamei. Nihongo no yogen-ku soto kan'yo-hyogen no bunrui to sono oyo [A classification of Japanese verbal idioms]. In Proc. of the 47th National Conference of the Information Processing Society of Japan, volume 3, pages 87-8, 1993. (In Japanese).
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[32] Shin ichiro Kamei, Shinko Tamura, and Kazunori Muraki. Nihongo no yogen-soto kan'yo-hyogen no imi-kukan ni-okeru bunpu-zu [A classification of Japanese verbal idioms over a semantic space]. In Proc. of the Third Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association for Natural Language Processing, pages 51-4, 1997. (In Japanese).
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[33] Richard Kayne. Principles of particle constructions. In J. Guéron, H-G. Obenauer, and J-Y. Pollock, editors, Grammatical Representation, pages 101-40. Foris, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1985.
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[34] R. Kayne. Overt vs. covert movement. Syntax, 1:128-91, 1998.
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[35] M. Koizumi. Object agreement phrases and the split vp hypothesis. In C. Phillips and J. Bobaljik, editors, Papers on Case and Agreement I: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 18, pages 99-148. MIT Press, Cambridge, USA, 1993.
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[36] B. Laufer and S. Eliasson. What causes avoidance in L2 learning: L1-L2 difference, L1-L2 similarity, or L2 complexity? Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 15:35-48, 1993.
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[37] S. Lidner. What goes up doesn't necessarily come down: The ins and outs of opposites. In Papers of the 18th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, pages 305-23, 1982.
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[38] S. Lidner. A Lexico-semantic Analysis of Verb-particle Constructions with Up and Out. Indiana University Linguistics Club, 1983.
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[39] L. Lipka. Semantic Structure and Word-Formation: Verb-Particle Constructions in Contemporary English. Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1972.
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[40] A. Lüdeling. Particle verbs and similar constructions in German. CSLI Publications, Stanford, USA, 2001.
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[41] Pamela S. Morgan. Figuring out Figure out: Metaphor and the semantics of the English verb-particle construction. Cognitive Linguistics, 8(4):327-57, 1997.
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[42] C. Mortimer. Phrasal verbs in conversation. Longman, 1972.
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[43] S. Müller. German particle verbs and the predicate complex. In R. Cann, C. Grover, and P. Miller, editors, Grammatical Interfaces in HPSG (Studies in Constraint-Based Lexicalism). CSLI Publications, Stanford, USA, 2001.
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[44] A. Neeleman. Complex Predicates. PhD thesis, Utrecht University, 1994.
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[45] E.M. O'Dowd. Prepositions and Particles in English. Oxford University Press, 1998.
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[46] K.W. Peabody. Constraints on the productivity of verb-particle combinations. Master's thesis, Ohio State University, 1981.
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[47] J.H. Sawyer. Verb Adverb and Verb Particle Constructions: Their Syntax and Acquisition. PhD thesis, Boston University, 1999.
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[48] R. Schreuder. Lexical processing of verbs with separable particles. Yearbook of Morphology, 3:65-79, 1990.
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[49] Richard Side. Phrasal verbs: sorting them out. ELT Journal, 44(2):144-52, 1990.
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[50] Tim Stowell. Origins of Phrase Structure. PhD thesis, MIT, 1981.
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[51] Aline Villavicencio and Ann Copestake. Phrasal verbs and the LinGO-ERG. LinGO Working Paper No. 2002-01, 2002.
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[52] Aline Villavicencio and Ann Copestake. Dictionaries and the regularities in phrasal verbs. LinGO Working Paper No. 2002-03, 2002.
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[53] Aline Villavicencio and Ann Copestake. Verb-particle constructions in a computational grammar. In Proc. of the 9th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG-2002), Seoul, South Korea, 2002.
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[54] D. Wunderlich. On the compositionality of German prefix verbs. In R. Bäuerle, C. Schwarze, and A. von Stechow, editors, Meaning, Use and the Interpretation of Language, pages 452-65. De Gruyter, 1983.
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[55] S. Wurmbrand. The structure(s) of particle verbs. Talk given at the DGfS 2000 (AG3: Semantisch komplexe Verben und ihre Argumentstruktur), Marburg, Germany, March 2000.
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[56] Jochen Zeller. Particle Verbs and Local Domains. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2001.
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[57] Jochen Zeller. Particle verbs and a theory of late lexical insertion. University of Frankfurt, 1997.
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[58] Jochen Zeller. Particle verbs, local domains, and a theory of lexical licensing. PhD thesis, University of Frankfurt, 1999.
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[59] Arnold Zwicky. Clitics and particles. Language, 61:283-305, 1985.
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[60] Nicole Dehé and Anja Wanner, editors. Structural Aspects of Semantically Complex Verbs. Peter Lang, 2001.
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[61] Nicole Dehé, Ray Jackendoff, Andrew McIntyre, and Silke Urban, editors. Verb-particle explorations. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin/New York, 2002.
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